It seems to be release week for me. Here's Almanah Diary 0.5.0. Of note with this release is the support for text formatting (bold, italic and underline — nothing particularly fancy), persistent window dimensions, the ability to set the encryption key, and better recovery from database corruption/errors (although it's still not perfect).
Packagers should note that the GTK+ dependency has been bumped from 2.12 to 2.14, and the GConf dependency is no longer optional — though the GtkSpell dependency now is (as spell checking support is now optional).
I've now also completed the application name migration to "Almanah Diary", and as such, the source is now at http://svn.gnome.org/svn/almanah/, and localisation statistics are at http://l10n.gnome.org/module/almanah/.
Plans for future versions include:
- Proper accessibility support
- Automatic link types (yes, this is a stupid name), so that (for example) past Evolution appointments would be shown for each day
- Export to blog, text file, HTML, etc.
- Undo/Redo support
The first three are what I'd like to definitely get done for 0.6.0, but before I can do that I need to sort out the naming for "links" and "automatic links". Obviously these are rubbish names, especially considering one can currently add a "note link". I had considered "attachments", but that's not much better. Does anyone have any ideas?